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Personal reflection of a Sub-Saharan African Economist and Development Enthusiast: Part 3
Personal reflection of a Sub-Saharan African Economist and Development Enthusiast: Part 3
Perspective
Thursday, 16 March 2017
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Personal reflection of a Sub-Saharan African Economist and Development Enthusiast: Part 3

The Cameroon we live in: A diagnosis and Policy prescriptions for cleaning our institutions Exactly three months two weeks in retrospect, I lament (in my reflection 1: a Prelude to Part 3) about the colonization and recolonization of many African countries. The...

Reflection Part 2: “Dictators’ Gun Powder Cake Theory”.
Reflection Part 2: “Dictators’ Gun Powder Cake Theory”.
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Tuesday, 28 February 2017
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Reflection Part 2: “Dictators’ Gun Powder Cake Theory”.

There is a pattern. A political pattern. A pattern that followers of political events, especially events in third world “dictocracies” whose electoral systems suffer from ACUTE ELECTILE DYSFUNCTION can use to precisely and concisely predict outcomes of political...

Five biggest security threats facing the world
Five biggest security threats facing the world
Gun Point
Tuesday, 14 February 2017
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Five biggest security threats facing the world

Natasha Ezrow, University of Essex This has been a remarkably violent year – and many of the worst threats to human security that have dogged people all over the globe are no less a problem than they were a year ago. . 1: Civil conflict...

Reflection Part 1: The African Reality
Reflection Part 1: The African Reality
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Thursday, 02 February 2017
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Reflection Part 1: The African Reality

Several decades ago, most of Africa, particularly sub-Saharan Africa was colonized. Its people were, and in some circles still seen today as sub-human, sub-standard, primitive – indeed they were by the Europeans’ standards – and not very much different from...

Elvis Ngolle Ngolle’s Propaganda on Al Jazeera Genocidal!
Elvis Ngolle Ngolle’s Propaganda on Al Jazeera Genocidal!
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Friday, 27 January 2017
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Elvis Ngolle Ngolle’s Propaganda on Al Jazeera Genocidal!

  This Pain is too much to bear! Have you ever been angry you feel like crying? That’s me at the moment I’m writing this. I guess you are wondering what might have stirred such mixed emotions within me! Here is why. In its Preamble,...

Have we done enough? 
Have we done enough? 
Perspective
Tuesday, 11 October 2016
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Have we done enough? 

  On 19th December 2011, the UN General Assembly passed resolution 66/170 adopting October 11th as the official International day of the Girl. One question that we must ask ourselves, have we done enough for the Girl Child? As Africans, can we stand up and...

Why the Child Should Be The Center of Protection During Conflict
Why the Child Should Be The Center of Protection During Conflict
Perspective
Wednesday, 14 September 2016
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Why the Child Should Be The Center of Protection During Conflict

A recent study by UNICEF shows that one in every forty-five children in the world is on the move due to  wars and conflict. A further statistic by CNN showed that seven in ten children seeking asylum in Europe ...

Interview with Wangui Kimari: Hustling for security
Interview with Wangui Kimari: Hustling for security
Perspective
Wednesday, 27 July 2016
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Interview with Wangui Kimari: Hustling for security

Tell us about yourself?  I am a researcher and the participatory action research coordinator for Mathare Social Justice Centre (MSJC). I am also a PhD  candidate in the Department of Anthropology at York University, Canada....

Youth And Conflict
Youth And Conflict
Law+Me
Wednesday, 14 October 2015
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Youth And Conflict

The African youths are still suffering and facing the cronyism and egoism of bad leadership from our present and past leaders of our African continent. The youth unemployment, poverty, lack of good education and corruption have led many African youths and states into...